Alison Pritchard also sets out vision for closer working with HM Treasury on next Spending Round...
Prospect says landmark judgement could have significant implications for all public-sector pension schemes with similar rules
PACAC concludes dual roles of producing and regulating official data compromise the public good in a climate of fake news
£200m cladding scheme drawn from MHCLG’s existing budget is ‘insufficient’ select committee says
Departments to provide details of requirements by the end of this month, says civil service chief exec
“The fundamental thing is the culture of integrity and loyalty of the people who see this stuff," ex-US ambassador Sir Peter Westmacott says
Union says postponed revaluation of civil service scheme would have likely led to a cut in employee contributions
Henderson will succeed Sir Ian Boyd in October
Further cost increases to much-delayed and over-budget programme "inevitable", committee says
Outgoing prime minster Theresa May says tackling societal injustice requires a long-term focus
Number of staff taking courses has more than trebled in last three years
Liz Truss says government stands by 2015 reforms to public service pensions after transitional protections ruled discriminatory
Trade secretary Liam Fox says he hopes trainees "will be able to enjoy their whole career at DIT"